16 February 2008

Things Are Looking Up

That's right folks.  You heard it here first.  Or at least read it here eventually.  After taking a monumental leap of faith, without looking what I would land on, celestial bounty has graced me amply.  I quit my job in Logan without so much as a good plan, other than leaving Logan.  I then drove from the Land of 10,000 Lakes to the City of Roses and back to utah in a cross country adventure.  While in Portland I received a call and a job offer.  In November I interviewed for a position with the LDS Church.  After weeks of calling and asking and waiting and hoping I had given up. Out of the blue, or rather partial cloudy skies of the Tulatin Valley a long awaited miracle found me and resuscitate my rotting disposition.  Last Monday I began working as a GIS Technician for the LDS Church.  Better job, better pay, better friends. better food, better weather.  Better Good.

5 comments:

Creativity Escapes Me said...

Welcome back!

Laverna said...

My cousin works in the map department too, I think. Any tall Garys with glasses and black-but-greying hair in your department?
If you're working for the church then you'll have nice insurance too.

Territorial Soufleé said...

HAHAHA Gary is your uncle?! that's funny. Its a small dept with only about 8 of us. That's funny. I'll have to talk to him about it.

Laverna said...

No, he's my cousin. His wife is the oldest of the grandchildren, so while he may look more like my uncle, he's a cousin.
Great guy. Funny family, if you ever get to meet them.

Awright13 said...

Dang. I need to read your blog more. Congrats!